Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Maple Leaf recipe list

Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Maple Leaf recipe list

Autumn is coming to an end in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, which means only one thing – it’s time to catch some Maple Leaves and make some cool stuff!
From November 16-25, you’ll be able to catch falling Maple Leaves just like you could catch Cherry Blossoms earlier this year. You’ll need to be on the lookout for large Red Maple Leaves and will need to use your trusty net to catch them.

This guide is for Northern Hemisphere players only – folks in the Souths already had their chance to catch Maple Leaves earlier in the year.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Maple Leaf recipe list

Once you log in after November 16, Isabelle will greet you with a message about finding leaves and will give you your first recipe: the red-leaf pile.
There are more Maple Leaf recipes to collect by popping Balloons, speaking with your islanders and looking for recipe bottles on your shoreline. To complete all of the November seasonal recipes, also need to be on the lookout for Acorns and Pine Cones, which you can currently find in-game by shaking trees.

Maple Leaf Recipe
Materials needed

Red-leaf Pile
Maple Leaf x3 and Weeds x4

Maple-leaf Pochette
Maple Leaf x6

Maple-leaf Umbrella
Maple Leaf x7

Leaf Stool
Maple Leaf x3 and Wood x3

Maple-leaf Pond Stone
Maple Leaf x3 and Stone x10

Tree’s Bounty Big Tree
Maple Leaf x4, Pine Cone x5, Acorn x4, Tree Branch x8 and Clay x4

Tree’s Bounty Arch
Maple Leaf x5, Tree Branch x15, Acorn x5 and Pine Cone x4

Autumn Wall
Maple Leaf x10, Wood x5 and Weeds x5

Coloured-leaves flooring
Maple Leaf x10 and Weeds x15

You can check out our massive Animal Crossing: New Horizons guide here, with tips on how to play the Stalk Market and when and where to find every bug and fish.
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